Glowing Piping Gel/candy Using Vitamin

Decorating By SecretAgentCakeBaker Updated 18 May 2011 , 7:52am by Coral3

SecretAgentCakeBaker Posted 16 May 2011 , 2:49pm
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If you wanted to use something instead of tonic water (quinine) to make piping gel or candy glow, you could try vitamin B2 (riboflavin); see the link for info.

Kryptonite candy
http://www.instructables.com/id/Kryptonite-Candy/

You should let people know you use this, in case they have issues with a vitamin, or possible overdosing, etc. I didn't research that, so check it out to be safe.


This company is working on some additives to make food glow in the dark, without using a blacklight.
http://www.prolume.com/Biolume/BIOLUME.HTM

Ha, that reminds me of a marketing project I had to do in high school. We had to create a new product. I made glowing toothpaste. We only had to write about it, but I actually took a tube of toothpaste and added some glow-in-the-dark paint to the toothpaste (no one was going to be using the toothpaste.)

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Coral3 Posted 18 May 2011 , 7:52am
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Glow in the dark food, what will they think of next? I'm trying to imagine in what situation people would be eating in the dark!?

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